News & Communication
|Red Class and Year 1 Farm Trip 2022.pdf||Download|
|COVID School Advice Letter V06.00 14th March 22.pdf||Download|
|COVID Wider School Advice Letter V06.00 10th March 22.pdf||Download|
|FOSPS Newsletter spring 2 2022.pdf||Download|
|COVID guidance update to parents 7th March 2022.pdf||Download|
|YR Topic Grid SPR2 2022 Down on the Farm 2.pdf||Download|
|Year 6 residential letter to parents 7Mar22.pdf||Download|
|Year 2 Topic web - Spring 2 Treasure Island and What's it made of.pdf||Download|
|Year N Spring 2 - 2022 - Dear Zoo TOPIC GRID.pdf||Download|
|Year 5 PACA science workshop 30March22.pdf||Download|
Local/Online Events and Workshops
Workshops for parents of teenagers
Coping with teenagers emotions
This two hour workshop will look at some of the reasons teenagers can become emotional and gives some practical suggestions to help you. Book a place on the following dates: 4 May 2022,12 to2pm, 6 July 2022, 2 to 2pm
The Anna Freud centre for children and families have released new self-care resources. Whilst useful at any point in the year, these resources are particularly important for staff and students as we approach the summer term.
These packs feature a range of creative based activities on self-care strategies that other children and young people have found useful in helping them stay mentally healthy.
Resources for Primary schools:
My self-care plan: primary (annafreud.org)
Resources for Secondary schools:
Please feel free to look through the website to find additional information, resources and training for students and parents and carers.
Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme
Families with children in Reception to Year 11 may be able to access the fully funded Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme. Eligible families can request a unique HAF booking code and book their children on to free HAF activities now!
If your child receives benefits-related free school meals, FREE holiday provision is available across the city as part of the Summer Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme. Learn more and get booked on now: http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/haf”
Who is Brighton & Hove’s HAF programme for?
Funded by the DfE, HAF is free to school-aged (Reception to Year 11) children across the city who receive benefits-related free school meals (FSM). We also have a good allocation of places for those meeting the below criteria, though our key focus will remain on reaching those on FSM.
- Those with a Social Worker, to include looked-after children or previously looked after children
- Young carers
- Those with an education, health, and care plan (EHCP)
- Those referred by the Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS) to include but not limited to asylum seekers, refugees, and those with no recourse to public funds (NRPF)
Please do contact HAF@brighton-hove.gov.uk with any questions.
Access help with your energy bills! Click on the link below for more information:
Family Service Directory | Get help and advice with your energy bills (familyinfobrighton.org.uk)
The information includes:
- Tips to save energy
- Information about discounts and grants
- Where to go for extra help
- How to avoid debt
Eligible families are encouraged to apply for the Warm Home Discount scheme which offers £140 discount for winter 2021-2022 for eligible low-income households.
Thank you and well done to our fabulous fundraisers in Year 1
who did a sponsored walk and run to raise funds for our school!
Vacancies at St Peter's
Please click on the links below to find out more about our current staff vacancies:
Brighton and Hove School Vacancies